I don't know about the pattern, but they are quite easy to find, actually.
Go to route between Celadon & Saffron (Route 7) while having a Level 30-49 Pokemon as the first Pokemon in your team, along with a bunch of Repels.
Use the repel, and search the grass. If the repel runs out and you haven't found the Beast, go to Celadon, use repel, return to the grass and search again, and keep doing it until you find the Beast. Throw your Masterball, and it's yours
You don't necessarily have to battle Gary, but you certainly can't tell wether it is shiny or not just by looking at the picture that pops up while it is still on Oak's table.rocko said:While sring for shiny starters do you need to battle Gary or just check your pokemon because on gamefaqs someone told me you had to battle him,is this true?
You couldn't get it anyway. Since you don't have Cut. Carry on until you reach Vermilion City. The Diglett's Cave is the place to get back to Pewter City.I somehow missed to pick up HM Flash, on Route 2. I'm in Cerulean now. Is there any way I could go back and pick it up?
Where does it say (MB) next to Nintendo, the loading screen?I was wondering if my LeafGreen is fake. I was able to transfer Pokemon to my Pearl, but for some reason the inside says (MB) next to Nintendo in a circle with no actual date. Everything else looks legitimate.
There's no areas they appear more than others. They just switch areas randomly. So until you see one you wont be able to track it. Just use a level 40 Pokemon and use Repels, that way only the dogs can appear. But again, until you see one you wont know what area they're in.Does anybody have advice as to catching the Legendary Dogs?
I have a Crobat that knows Mean Look, and a Wobbuffet, but what I want to know is if there is a place that is more likely that they are seen than another.
I have played through both fireRed and LeafGreen multiple times, and they are the only Pokes I haven't bothered with, and now I want to. I'm pretty sure that this is all I have left to do since I have captured at least one of every non-event pokemon in the games, beat the elite 4 twice, and com[pleted all of the side quests in the Sevii Isles.
That's what I was afraid of. I have over 300 (Three Hundred) hours of game play time on my Leaf Green so far, and over 150 (one hundred fifty) hours of game play time on Fire Red so far, and still nothing of them.There's no areas they appear more than others. They just switch areas randomly. So until you see one you wont be able to track it. Just use a level 40 Pokemon and use Repels, that way only the dogs can appear. But again, until you see one you wont know what area they're in.